Assume that the heights are normally distributed (they probably are not) and use your results from #2 as estimates for μ and σ. Find the probability that a sample of 36 statistics students at DTCC has a height of 65 inches or taller.

Heights of Statistics Students at DTCC, in inches

67 66 62 66 64 68 67 68 66 69 62 66 62

62 64 62 65 68 67 61 65 68 71 69 62 65

66 64 61 62 63 68 62 63 71 64 68 65 64

71 72 71 61 77 70 71 72 70 71 75 74 65

73 69 71 75 68 67 68 71 74 72 70 74 66

Heights of Statistics Students at DTCC, in inches

67 66 62 66 64 68 67 68 66 69 62 66 62

62 64 62 65 68 67 61 65 68 71 69 62 65

66 64 61 62 63 68 62 63 71 64 68 65 64

71 72 71 61 77 70 71 72 70 71 75 74 65

73 69 71 75 68 67 68 71 74 72 70 74 66

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